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Wrap gets fire certification


Minnesota-based Dr. Shrink, a manufacturer and supplier of shrink wrap, recently received certification EN 13501-1: 2007+A1 in Europe for its flame retardant shrink wrap.

The wrap contains specialized additives to extinguish the cover within four seconds from removal of ignition source, the company said. It meets and exceeds NFPA 701 specifications. For more information, visit

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